It has horrible cargo area, with that insane slope on the rear, might as well made it a sedan. That's the issue with not having a frunk, it needs it to have decent cargo sapce.I won't miss what I don't currently have. I won't miss the frunk, but if I came from a vehicle that had it, you bet I would. The ID4 doesn't have one either. It's all good. Maybe it gets redesigned in the future, maybe it won't. My guess is there will be other things that compel me to upgrade in the future aside from that - such as if Toyota & Subaru unlock the "Solid State" battery they've been working on.
At the end of the day, the ~220 rating is fine, but the price has to make sense. I am hoping the Limited comes in around an actual sale price of $42,500 (MSRP likely higher) which would be around $35,000 after the Federal Tax Credit.
It's a shame I can't keep paying the 0% APR on my Outback XT if I trade for the Solterra, because that was a sweet deal getting 0% for 63 months... free money... I figure I'd just do a 48/60 term and just pay a little extra every month but have the flexibility of lower payments if I needed to.